North of tomorrow, And south of the past My eyes are as open, As they are When I saw You […]
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To be Strong.
If I take a break, And ease the tension In my shoulders, Soften the aching In my spine, I am […]
Smile, If you Want.
Some people love, A bright exhibitors grin An upturned smiling win! But others prefer To hide their joy inside, And […]
“What now?” Is home to pleasantries And false promises of strength, Without the brutality of honesty Is our Inanity.
Sick on Vacation.
With a crown of mountaintops, And a covering of pines to hold tight The Mountain Man has taken ill, And […]
She lived in History.
Footsteps sore on the cobblestone hills, The people captured here in stills, Embedded in empire and peasant clocks Encrusted in […]
The Sharpened Wheel.
Cunning that runs on, Into the eye Fights for the position, Of truth or Even perhaps more, Of Lie. […]
Choose Your City.
Walking as I do, In steps that leave Reflections. Asking of the city, For choices that weave Directions.
In the Corner of your Rye.
The windswept autumn evening leapt, “Not yet!” he heard in the collar by his ear Glances everywhere did not steer, […]
The I You Lost.
Torn withered weathered on the thorn Paralyzed swept in the horn Dedicated to the wingless secret bird Worn tattered dithered […]